Life after study abroad
Everything you need to know about what you can do once you've completed your studies at York.
If you are considering postgraduate education, either taught or research, why not join us? You’ll work with renowned academics at the forefront of their fields and become part of our vibrant community of creative and critical thinkers.
Keeping in touch
You've have had a great time at York and want to keep in touch; there are two ways to do this:
You can be a volunteer ambassador at your home university. Tell your fellow students about the brilliant University, amazing city and your experience here in the UK. Contact us for more information.
Join the our Alumni Association and keep up to date with everything going on at the University of York. We'll send you a monthly alumni newsletter, packed full of top news stories, fascinating research and a range of events for you to get involved in.
All taught visiting students will receive an academic transcript on completion of their studies in York. Students who have questions about how their grades from York will be converted should speak to their home university.
Transcripts are produced when all of your marks are entered onto the University's system. A copy of the final transcript will be sent to your home institution. In addition, a copy will be sent to your home address; so please make sure that your address is up to date.
If you need your transcript sooner because your graduation from your home university depends on it, please let us know in advance.
If you require an interim/unofficial transcript, please take a screen shot of your grades from your student account, and either print this off and take to the Student Hub for validation, or email the Student Hub.
It can take up to four weeks from the date that your marks have been registered on the system for a transcript to be mailed. If you have not received a transcript within this four week period contact us.